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Protesters demand justice for the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire

Hundreds of protesters descended on Parliament Square in London to demand justice for the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire.

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'I apologise': Theresa May takes responsibility for fire failures

British Prime Minister apologises for the state's failure to support those people who survived the massive London tower block fire, as the Government secures its first tranche of new homes for displaced residents.

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Anger in Mosul after mosque felled

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi says Islamic State's blowing up of the al-Nuri mosque amounts to an official acknowledgement of defeat.

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EU 27 to decide future of London-based agencies by November

Brussels - EU leaders agreed Thursday that the post-Brexit locations of key bank and medical agencies currently based in London would be decided by ...

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Other towers in England combustible: PM

Following the London tower block fire in which at least 79 people died, combustible cladding has been found on at least seven other blocks in England.

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NZers suffer double pre-Wimbledon setback

Leading Kiwis doubles players both lose quarter-finals at the London ATP grass court tournament.

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FA terminates bookies sponsorship deal

London - Leading English bookmaker Ladbrokes saw their four-year sponsorship deal with the English Football Association (FA) terminated after just a year on Thursday.

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IS destroys iconic Mosul minaret as Iraqi forces advance

Mosul (Iraq) - Mosul's trademark leaning minaret was missing from its skyline for the first time in centuries Thursday after desperate jihadists blew it up as Iraqi forces advanced on an ancient mosque compound.

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Tycoon backs charges against ousted S. Korea president

Seoul - A top South Korean business tycoon on Thursday in court backed prosecutors allegations that the ousted South Korean president Park Geun-Hye solicited bribes from businesses in return for policy favours.

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Hero cop who rushed to stop London Bridge terrorists tears up at WWE 'thank-you' (Yahoo and Agencies)

A heroic police officer who was wounded while trying to stop the London Bridge terrorist attack has broken down in tears while being awarded a WWE ...

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Tycoon backs charges against ousted S. Korea president

Seoul - A top South Korean business tycoon on Thursday in court backed prosecutors allegations that the ousted South Korean president Park Geun-Hye ...

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NSW man, 71, jailed for brawl killing

A Sydney pensioner has been jailed for killing a former safecracker during a 2009 fight and disposing of his body in the Royal National Park

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Islamic State's destruction of Mosul's famous mosque their 'official announcement of defeat'

Islamic State's destruction of the mosque where al-Baghdadi announced his caliphate called the 'official announcement of their defeat'.

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Prince Philip Leaves London Hospital After 2-Night Stay

Prince Philip is on the up and up. The 96-year-old was discharged from King Edward VII Hospital in London Thursday, where he was being treated for an infection. "I can confirm that...

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Hundreds of London buildings have cladding similar to Grenfell Tower: Theresa May

British PM Theresa May's office says around 600 buildings in England have cladding similar to the type blamed for the quick spread of flames in Grenfell Tower.

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Villa chasing John Terry in Championship

Aston Villa want to bring former England and Chelsea skipper John Terry to Villa Park.

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Tennis legend Boris Becker declared bankrupt

Former German tennis star Boris Becker says he's "surprised and disappointed" after being declared bankrupt by a court in London.

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UK in grip of five-day heatwave

London is expecting its hottest June day in 40 years with the mercury tipped to peak at 34C.

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SA London terror victim funeral announced

The funeral of London Bridge terror attack victim Kirsty Boden will be held in her Riverland home town in South Australia on Monday.

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SA London terror victim funeral announced

The funeral of London Bridge terror attack victim Kirsty Boden will be held in her Riverland home town in South Australia on Monday.

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SA London terror victim funeral announced

The funeral of London Bridge terror attack, Kirsty Boden, from South Australia, will be held at her home town swimming pool next week.

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Islamic State blows up Mosul mosque

The Iraqi military says Islamic State militants have blown up the Grand al-Nuri Mosque of Mosul.

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Venus into London grass court quarters

Kiwi French Open doubles champion Michael Venus is through to the quarter-finals of an ATP grass court event in London alongside American Ryan ...

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Former All Black Saili joins Harlequins

Former All Blacks midfield back Francis Saili has left Irish giants Munster to sign a lengthy deal with London club Harlequins.

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Van Beelen High Court appeal to continue

Frits Van Beelen will continue his High Court bid to overturn his murder conviction from the 1970s.

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Van Beelen High Court appeal to continue

Frits Van Beelen will continue his High Court bid to overturn his murder conviction from the 1970s.

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Qantas is looking at the science behind staying healthy on long-haul flights

As it gears up to fly non-stop from Perth to London, Qantas is looking at the science behind flying and its impacts on the body. The airline is collaborating with the University of Sydney’s Charles Perkins Centre to ...

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